BAGHDAD / Sky Press: detection of high-level political source, for consultations in the corridors of the United Nations to move on the UN Security Council to issue a decision to put Iraq under Chapter VII again after the big deterioration in the security landscape of Iraq, pointing out that this resolution, if passed, is a serious blow for all the political forces that Tsidt political scene in Iraq after 2003.
The source said in a statement followed the "Sky Press," that "the decline of security serious big deterioration in the situation of the Iraqi state, and the existence of serious indicators confirm the use of the Iraqi Central Bank sales of foreign currency and means of supporting and financing terrorist organizations around the world, and Macklh those groups and organizations the terrorist threat to peace and global security, are the reasons spurred some circles in the United Nations to give serious thought to act on the UN Security Council adopt a resolution in order to put Iraq under Chapter VII again, and impose tight on exports and imports and monetary policy restrictions. "
The source, who requested anonymity, said that "serious consultations in the corridors of the United Nations is moving in this direction," noting that "this resolution, if passed, is a blow to all the political forces that Tsidt Iraqi scene after the fall of the defunct regime of Saddam, and wreaked in the country corrupt, and it squandered its wealth and plundered its wealth and its territories wastes and destiny in an effort to build financial empires at the expense of national interests and concerns of the people and their suffering.
"The decision of the situation in Iraq under Chapter VII will make the UN decision maker in the country, rather than advisory role in the current phase, so it will work on the investigation of all the files of corruption and prosecute those involved in any spot in the world. Iraq has been listed under Chapter seventh in 1990 Security Council resolution No. 661, Aban Saddam's invasion of Kuwait on the second of August 1990 ".
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